Ray Stevens is getting in on the "Duck Dynasty" craze with a new YouTube video.
The comedic country star's clip is a mock ad for an album by the fictional Eider Down, the internationally-renowned "master of the duck-a-fone" -- a variety of duck calls attached to a two-by-four. The "world's greatest duck-a-fone hits" include "Hit The Road Quack," which bears a striking resemblance to a Ray Charles classic.
Other "titles" include "You Are The Web Between My Toes," "Waddle I Do," and "Duck Be A Lady Tonight." The spoof spot adds that "you can have these classic hits for only 29-25, plus just $350 shipping and handling."
Meanwhile, a real "Duck Dynasty" star is branching out in a new animal direction. "Uncle" Si Robertson is the new co-owner of a two-year-old Thoroughbred named Sithechristmas elf. The horse is currently being trained at a ranch in Texas, and is expected to make her racing debut this summer.